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Internet Exploxer connection problem


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TP_Greenock

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My laptop is connecting to either my mobile broadband or a BT wireless connection but Internet Explorer cannot display anypages.

The mobile broadband shows 0% signal, but i've tried this on another machine (the one I'm on now) and it's OK.

Any ideas as to why I can't get on internet?

PS. I was trying to uninstall Norton around the time this happened and might have removed something?
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Major Payne

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Similar problem, difference network.

Might try same and run the Network Connection Wizard as or open Network Connections in Control Panel and make sure it wasn't Disabled.
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Have tried that and still no joy.

The mobile broadband now shows 98% signal though, but the statistics screen shows now download speed?
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Did you let Windows try to repair the IP address? Navigating Windows Vista to repair IP
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